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karenkstudio

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  1. I looked at other photos in your gallery and the vase with the incised design (dogs in

    background)reminds me of a pot I bought in

    an antique shop years ago. The dealer

    thought it was from central America. It is a pit fired bowl with 3 legs and a roughly etched design. I bought it because I liked

    the primitive quality of the piece.


  2. Naked Raku is another term used.

    A layer of slip ( I use kiln wash as my slip) is applied to an area on a bisque piece (the rabbit) then covered with a raku glaze. After firing, the glaze and slip are scraped away and washed revealing the white clay with the crackle pattern.

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